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(Guardian)   "Neptune Balls" may help filter plastics from oceans. In other news, Neptune Balls also referred to as "Poseidon grass, Wookie Bollocks, and Nun's fart." Subby would like to meet the guy that coined that last one   (theguardian.com) divider line
    More: Weird, Ocean, Marine debris, Mediterranean Sea, plastic pollution, Sea, Atlantic Ocean, marine environment, plastic items  
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2021-01-19 6:31:41 PM  
Now we know the real reason the ocean is salty

/actually a cool article I recommend reading, apparently sea grass is useful stuff when it comes to getting rid of plastics in the ocean

/ how about formulating plastics that decompose in salt water?
 
2021-01-19 7:33:13 PM  
Subby is weird.
 
2021-01-19 7:44:23 PM  
Nun farts? As in Pets de soeur?
/Google image search it
// You will thank me (it's SFW)
 
2021-01-19 9:19:06 PM  
So how do we kill these Neptune balls to stop them from stealing all our plastic? Roundup? I hope the answer is Roundup.
 
2021-01-20 12:10:40 PM  
Nuns farts:

upload.wikimedia.orgView Full Size


/ with thanks to Max Miller
 
2021-01-21 4:30:16 AM  

ArcadianRefugee: Nuns farts:

[upload.wikimedia.org image 850x637]

/ with thanks to Max Miller


Brown with a sprinkling of white? Nature's loophole for celibacy I suppose ...
 
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